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next at 5. bisby wet weather will last. plus we'll take a look tahoe. and a developing story we're following out of the east bay. where the livermore mother convicted having sex in jail. we'll tell you why. next a car crash triggering a major explosion in kansas city, missouri. you are looking video just ago. it appears the crash ruptured a gas line. at least five people are hurt. on. we'll continue to follow
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this breaking news story -- unless and bring you any updates as developing right now at five -- a winter storm hitting this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news over the livermore >> jacqueline: spotty showers will time this out cost. >> tonight, kron4 crews are tracking the storm -- from a snow covered santa cruz -- to the east bay. where road conditions are dangerous. the cold rain turned to snow and for a while there -- kron4's rob fladeboe shows us -- it was really coming
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down. >> reporter: highway 9, about 32 degrees. there was some heavy rain showers earlier today but that is all turned to smell. the accumulations, turning that to snow-. they are working on keeping this-clear. with some possible snow flurries and the chance that there could be chances over highway 17 and the summit of the higher elevations. in the santa cruz mountains, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> now for a look at san francisco. this was the scene just a bit ago, near the waterfront along the embcardero. rain coming down, with grey and now to the north bay -- madera. skies there also gloomy,the rain affecting driving
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conditions in the east bay. kron4's haaziq madyun shows that lost control on the >> reporter: be off the roadway and up the embankmentthat is what happened to the driver of the rain came down here at the westbound hwy-4 - i-80 >> "she just took the turn a little too fast, spun out, hit the embankment" >> reporter:the driver suffered a back injury and was transported by ambulance to a local hospital as you can see by the tire tracksthe car lost controland drove off the roadway right about hereand eventually came to a stop embankment the chp diverted traffic around the accident site the rain has made it a busy driversas this was just one >> "pretty busy, the rain has been keeping us very busy today, this is my 3rd call, driving too fast for >> reporter:on hwy-4 in hercules haaziq madyun kron4news
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>> pam: right now -- a check on traffic. the rain usually adding a big slowdown to the commute. you're looking live at the bridge, and san mateokron 4 will be monitoring throughout tonight's newscast. bay area have been sending us pictures, documenting the wet and cold weather. here's a shot from livermore, showing a icy photos - you can send them facebook or email us.breaking news at kron.com. we'll be showing more pictures later in the show. continues to track the storm. more available on the web, at kron-4-dot-com. and our facebook and twitter pages. >> only on four. inside a home nearly destroyed by a massive tree.
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it happened yesterday in bewhere right now efforts to remove that fallen tree are underway. justine. >> home owner. peterborough but, he says that this entire house did not collapse. >> the kitchen held up. the family room held up. and i think some more structured damage was suffered but for the most part it kept its stance. >> take a look at this fax
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machine, in the home office, the front yard, the dining room ceiling caved in. now, this one have house of this portion will have to be rebuilt. >> a little that is going to be very, very expensive because it has shifted but the damage is not as extensive as i thought that it would be. tree that well on your house. and we can walk to the house. which is good. >> reporter: this is video of the cleanup which took all day. what they had to do was to remove the tree from the top but also cut it into pieces to take away. you are looking at part of that tree. they have taken of that house and even the holes that are in it. those are part of the root system. just showing you how unstable. this is how...
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with the family is able to gather some personal belongings and stay with friends. this clean-up will take all time and the family cat is now back and with the homeowners. reporting live and contra costa county, justin waldman, kron 4. but this is a closer look at that tree. it is pretty telling. since right after that tree fell down. and in this image, it is all cleaned up. this is the top of the treat this is a portion of the base of the tree that was planted in the back. with the front yard. you see it is on top of that suv after their cleaned that up. it is on that overhang
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and look at this golf cart. it got crushed. you see a little bit of that part on the right side. aho that tree. alamo. >> pam: new tonight at five. a livermore mother -- convicted of molesting children. is arrested again. police say, christine hubbs violated a condition of her parole -- not to possess or have access to pornography. in 20-11, hubbs pleaded no contest to having sex with two teen boys over a two year period. according to court documents, one of the victims was her own daughters underage boyfriend. >> catherine: a developing story police don't know the motive in today's rampage of car-jackings and shootings across orange county. three people were killed
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before the gunman ended it all by shooting and killing himself. police say the man shot and killed a woman in a home first.then set off to shoot more people. he carjacked a couple of way. other cars on the freeway. when officers finally tracked him down -- they say the gunman got out of his car and killed himself. >> new developments in the case of christopher dorner - the former l-a-p-d officer who went on a 9-day shooting spree earlier this month - targeting law ennforcement we're just learning that a full review of dorner's firing is now under-way. dorner's also accused of *stalking several l-a-p-d officials in the weeks leading up to his attacks. los angeles police leaders are now opening up about the impact dorner's manifesto had on the reputation of the department. the 33-year old believes he far unwound misconduct while
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on the wantsdorner says he was un-justly one >> a good noi do not discount for a minute, that it is justified what he did. however, this is a big caveat. it needs to be addressed we are only as good as the public thinks that we are >> chief beck also said he hopes the more than one- million dollars in reward money will be paid. more than 30 donors helped post that record amount of reward money.and it's unclear if it will go to one person or multiple people. dorner killed four people, including two law enforcement officers and injured three others in that he died last week after a stand-off in a big bear cabin. 1 this ordeal is still having on the 50-plus law enforcement families named in dorner's manifesto. >> pam: the kron-4 news at
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>> we now know that the gunman in the school shooting in connecticut was reportedly obsessed with mass murders. reports say that adam lanza wanted to be like them -- and compete with them. he apparently wanted to 'out-do' anders breivik -- he's the norwegian man who killed 77 people in 20-11. the 20-year-old was also said to be obsessed with violent video games and was acting out a fantasy. police say lanza shot himself after killing his mother and 26 people -- including 20 children at sandy hook elementary. >> pam: the makers of anchor steam beer. announced plans to expand the operation. opening a second san francisco location right next to the giants ballpark. this is part of the larger
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kron4's maureen kelly shows us the proposed changes to that part of the city. >> reporter: empty warehouse on pier 48 anchor steam's new brewery, distribution center and restaurant with tables outside and inthe old roll up metal doors being replaced with windows to allow people to see inand watch the beer being made. this part of the project is 2016.and there's more in the works. the mission rock develop,ent will be park.turning the pier from being mostly a massive parking lotinto a new neighborhood with 1500 apartment units, along with retail and office space. a new parking structure will be built for the cars that now crowd this lot on games days. there are also plans for a lot more green grass to replace the blacktop that exists now. and open space.the president and ceo of the san francisco new development has high
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. but we of the high hopes, with zero police with th with he of the neighborhood styles of new york city, like so ho.. >> reporter:the project still has a ways to go, starting with the port commission which is expected to review the plans next month. if approved the build out is expected to be complete in the year 2021. >> here's the specific area we're talking about. the mission rock development is here, just south of a- t&t anchor brewing will be here on pier 48. the rest of the mission rock project is going to be fucused in this area here, parking. the project is expected to bring more than 6-thousand permanent jobs.when you consider the commercial, retail, and residential additions coming to the area. >> pam: more bay area news.
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the name of the shooter in a valentine's day murder- suicide. investigators say, this man-- anh pham. shot his girlfriend and then turned the gun on himself in their east san jose home. >> bart has just announced, they will once again experiment with allowing bikes onboard, during peak commute hours. the current restriction will be temporarily lifted from march 18 through march 22. with lifting the restriction over the summer and say it was a success. bart officials are experimenting ways to improve riding for bikers. >> jacqueline: still some showers along the coast. as we take a look at the rainfall, the rainfall totals have been under one- half inch. all locations.
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dublin, one-third of 1 in. and two tenths in santa rosa. as i mentioned, ongoing shower. dry to the north but check out to the south. light green or evergreen but that blue is indicating snowfall over the mount diablo range. coastal sections, that propelled towards cupertino showing a rain/snowfall mixture. certainly, local levels at snowfall with above the 5005 moderate feet but even some reported at 1,000 ft.. this wider view showers of short not quite done with that marine just yet. most of it has pushed to the south. that been banned towards lake tahoe. still, some spotty showers towards the
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bay area. a bit of a break but that quarter of the storm. there is and that war of the storm. still, the possibility of a word shower with the court of the storm. a we worweigh wor >> jacqueline: low 40's with way ward.. shower possible with one the chilly night tonight. clearing tonight and cold with areas of a cold and frost. warmer by 10 degrees. there the week, this pattern of cold mornings. the fog tracker, going towards the south bay it will clear out. i think that is a bit early but it could stay around by 9:00 a.m. pretty much gone by eight. it will stay around
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8:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and temperatures are going to be very, very cold. 30's and santa rosa. upper 30's for the bayshore. fremont, san jose, livermore. certainly, a very chilly morning. as we take a look at 10 degrees warmer than today. similar pattern for the work week. a cool afternoon. the chance of rainfall returning on saturday. >> of this breaking news out of kansas, missouri. this car accident have caused a gas line and that crash has erupted into this intense fire. dramatic the pictures that we have seen. to deal wits which is difficult. five injured, possibly critical.
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and ambulance has been called to the scene. we will continue to follow this story and bring you updates still ahead. a u-s security firm says group of hackers. waging a campaign of cyber attacks. and it's sponsored by the chinese government. masked thieves make off with 50-million dollars in diamonds. how the heist was pulled off. plus -- a major milestone for google. company's stock hit -- and apple. coming up.
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>> jacqueline: we are continuing to see lightning and rain fall. when we could see it coming to win and, coming up in a. coming to an end.
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(male announer) live from the bay area's news station, kron 4 news starts now. now charged in the murder of his model girlfriend. why prosecutors aren't buying his claim it was an the automatic cuts set to oscar pistorious was in court again today. the double amputee -- sponsors are beginning to >> catherine: distance themselves from the olympic runner. nike, for example, saying it has no plans to use him in future ad campaigns. this - as it begins to sink one believe he shot his girlfriend by accident. court for a bail hearing. at times.crying again. a charge of pre-meditated murder.
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making it very clear that that he shot his girlfriend because he thought she was an intruder. model reeva steenkamp had been spending the night. pistorious claims he fired three shots through the locked bathroom door after hearing noises.thinking it was an intruder. he claims that it was only after he yelled for her to call police that he realized she was not in bed - and it was 'her' in the bathroom. in an affidavit read to the attorney he said "i fail to understand how i could be charged with murder. i had no intention to kill my girlfriend." but the prosecution argues pistorius pulled on his artificial legs - walked bedroom and pumped four bullets into the door.three of them hitting his girlfriend. calling it premeditated. south african newpapers take sources say she had been locked herself in the bathroom after a violent argument. one published report says a bloodied cricket bat had been found.and he had tried "crush" her skull. other reports suggest all this was unfolding as reeva steenkamp's family mourned her at a private funeral in
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her hometown of port elizabeth. but everybody is set at a deficit to have sad---but we also have a pleasant memories about her. >> catherine: pistorious will be back in court wednesday to find out if he gets out on bail. if eventually convicted -- he faces a life sentence. >> pam: this started 4:00 p.m. on our time. the bargains responders are on the scene. an intense and heavy police. this is still littered with debris. we do know at least five people are reported injured. there are 10 ambulances that it recalled to the scene. this is a live shot in will keep you updated.
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public evidence is mounting that the chinese military is the hacking and stealing of huge amounts of u.s.not only that -- but lots of corporate trade secrets. a virginia based cyber- security firm has released a it says a chinese military an army of hackers.targeting u.s. interests. the company dismisses china's denials that the report is 'baseless.' looking 12-story building in shanghai is actually the headquarters of the hackers. military experts believe the hacking unit is part of the people's liberation army.andunder the direct
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command of china's version of the joint chiefs of staff. china has long been accused of hacking and stealing trade secrets -- and has always >> catherine: masked thieves made off with 50-million dollars worth of diamonds at an airport in brussels, belgium. this is the scene.where investigators now are wondering if it was an inside job. an airport spokesman says it took 8 thieves just three minutes to grab the diamonds from the cargo hold of a plane. the diamonds were being flown to switzerland. the thieves arrived in two cars -- got past a security gate - and sped off after grabbing the diamonds. they were heavily armed - but no shots were fired. >> we are dealing with scattered showers. as we take a look at the self some
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snowfall. and a lightning strike and the south bay rainfall over high 101 and near the coastal range and the old double. the rain/snowfall mixture. it has turned to all snow. still, some showers closer to the coast. the satellite and radar that main band pretty steady at this hour. and it will taper off. the core of this will be along the coast. we could still see some wayward showers into the evening. and possibly early evening. a live look out towards pacifica, some partly cloudy skies. some storstorm clouds. they will mainly be on the coast. and very cold temperatures in store for tomorrow.
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>> the team coverage continues with the cold, rainy weather made for a bit of a white-knuckle snow in parts of the santa cruz mountains. you'll see what we mean now in this ride-along now with kron >> reporter: this is the view from behind the wheel on highway 34. on a tuesday, we were on highway 35 between highway no. 9 and castle rock state park. a fair amount of accumulation. slow going. it rained here just before it started to go to snowfall. they have been working back and forth. with a pick up truck and a blade. even that black polic ice... rob
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fladeboe, kron 4. >> pam: the bay bridge traffic toll plaza westbound, no problems. all lanes are moving decent and quite light. northbound, also will be decent. we will be back.
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>> now for today's market update. reports that office depot and officemax are discussing a merger -- has helped push stocks higher. here is a look at today's closing numbers. the dow rose about 54 points to close at 14-thousand-35 -- this is within reach of its all-time high. the nasdaq added just over 21 points to close at three- be while the s and p gained a little over 11 points-- to close at one-thousand-530
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president obama is trying to avoid deep cuts. and that's happened in the past over to visit reduction a showdown, with no compromise. has no
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plans to use him in there is an 85-billion dollar deadline looming over washington at this hour. president obama is back at work trying to avoid deep cuts that are due to take effect next month. in this latest showdown over deficit reduction in washington--neither side showed any sign of compromise. longer airport lines. reduced military readiness. these are just some of the consequences president obama warns will become reality if forced spending cuts take effect on march first. these cuts not smart, they are not fair, they will hurt our economy, they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment roles. >> reporter:to replace the cuts, democrats in the senate propose a combination of more tax revenue from top subsidies and reducing defense spending after the afghanistan. to support any increases in tax revenues. house speaker john boehner
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released a statement tuesday arguing the problem is his counterparts in the senate don't deny the consequences of the cuts will be dramatic. >> republicans deserve blame. i'll take some blame for it but the president of the united states is supposed to lead. why doesn't he call people over, and we sit down and prevent the sequestration from happening? >> reporter:the president is calling on congress to pass a temporary respite while negotiations on a long-term solution >> i'm willing to work with anybody to get this job done. none of us will get >> reporter:the spending cuts were mandated by a 2011 agreement to raise the federal debt ceiling. the idea behind the cuts was to force congress intoobama says in a statement that the general is retiring to "address health issues for his wife. >> jacqueline: have the snowfall on the screen and also on the el diablo range. as a team down towards
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morgan hill. again not quite done with it just yet. that main band through the central valley and snowfall steady through the sierras. cloudy lingering with a low system and it is wrapping around. south. even possible tonight and early tomorrow morning. a big impact has been to the cold spell levels. it has lowered to 1,000 ft.. cold snow levels. with accumulations of 1,500 ft.. temperatures in the 40's. 41 degrees in daly city. 40's in vallejo. and it is going to be quite cold tonight. that clearing skies and temperatures in the 30's nearly everywhere. of fog and frost is expected.
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with much warmer than today. 10 degrees warmer. we will keep this pattern going with a free trip morning's frigid-mornings. taking a look at temperatures tomorrow just 29 degrees in napa. freezing in vallejo. 37 degrees in san mateo, redwood city and freezing in pleasanton. just a very, very cold start to the day. for the day, not too shabby. sunshine and clouds. temperatures mainly in the upper 50s although it will be kept cooler along the coast. 54 in san francisco. 58 and a san mateo. 58 and san jose. as for the sierras, the snowfall right now. expecting a 8-12 in.
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before it is all said and done. a slight chance of some flurries on thursday. we could see a couple more inches before the week is complete. a look at your extended forecast with possibly early share showers near the coast. and it will stay cold but pretty mild in the afternoon. 50s and 60s. we will cool back down with the chance of showers returning. www.snowbomb.com some of these new snowfall totals it is ongoing. it will taper off. sierra and tahoe. 4 in. of fresh powder. both reported 1 in. if you'd like to keep updated? www.snowbomb.com. >> pam: checking traffic and
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san jose. the guadeloupe overpass 101 heaviest southbound or the headlights. but not that bad. the san mateo bridge, towards a word and that is where traffic is heaviest at this location. the san mateo bridge towards hayward. [ crickets chirping ]
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and cal grads - you might believe berkeley is the land of the most learn-ed. not so. apparently, you have to cross the golden gate bridge. welcome to california's most-educated county - marin. it's not only rich and pretty, but smart. according to new data from the census bureau, more than half - 54% of have at least a bachelor's degree. and one out of four people hold an advanced degree. that's higher than any other county in the state. and in wealthy communities like ross - a whopping 80% of adults are estimated to hold bachelor's degrees. the soaring level of education in marin isn't universal. in lower income areas like san rafael's canal district and marin city, rare. the second most educated county in california - just over half - 51% i'm vicki liviakis kron 4 news. >> pam: this update of of kansas city this fire has the region. emergency crews
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on the seeing. it looks like they are beginning to get a handle on this fire. we will continue to follow developments and bring you updates. >> jacqueline: not quite done with that rainfall but still rain showers. the coast. flurries. and along the el diablo range. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show
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(male announer) live from the bay area's news station, kron 4 news starts now. a a the abyssa cold winter storm hitting the bay area tonight. residents are seeing plenty of rain. and even snow. kron4 is tracking the storm. charles clifford is live at the summitt of mount diablo. we also have a look at the heavy rain across the bay area. but we begin our team coverage tonight with jacqueline bennett. live in the weather center. one >> jacqueline: deadly, some cold temperatures. the winter is a deftly, returning. with definitely- some cold weather conditions returning. the stormtracker 4 showing largely dry conditions. honda a bit of rainfall and snow. along the coast. and near morgan hill showers and flurries. let us go towards cupertino. it is
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picking up the read/snowfall mixture. the showers have come to when and. the baby and through central valley and snowfall. the main band-with local levels of showers and snow at the higher elevations. and charles clifford is that the mount diablo summit. >> your not kidding about the cold is freezing! and even though the snow has not been falling for a couple of hours it however, has been snow each day of the top of the mountain. >> these snow-covered peaks could have seen mountains seemed-4 mi. apart rangers closed but were able to walk. nearly 2 in. of
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snowfall covering the trials, and flurries in across the mount diablo. they were using the snow plow to keep the parking lot. and this father brought his daughter. >> she has never seen it in the snowfall. >> she made a snow band. >> they have their snowboards, they're looking for a hill. >> we did this a couple of years ago and it worked. the boat they made the most of it. they made it the most of it and by midafternoon, the snowfall was melting. and back are here live the road towards mt. diablo is still closed. you might not get all the way to the top. in contra costa county, charles clifford, kron 4
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>> pam: snow also fell on the other side of the bay. in the santa cruz mountains. kron four's rob fladeboe has a look at conditions there. >> reporter: this was along highway 35 around noon. tuesday. temperatures in the registering about 30-32 degrees the rainfall has turned to snowfall and there is a fair amount building on broadway. i can tell you that is slippery. of paramount building on the broadway. the blade is mounted on top of th fro of that pickup truck try to clear out the roads. highway 35 is just a couple of miles of this intersection of highway no. 9. near saratoga. rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> pam: and in the east bay. the rain came down pretty hard in orindadrivers on camino pablo had their windshield wipers going full
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blast. as they drove through town out on highway-4. the rain played a roll in several weather related accidents >> she took the turn "too fast for conditions" it has been busy, this is my third call. people drive too fast for these conditions. >> pam: tow truck drivers were very busy on interstate-80.where multiple accidents occured within the first 2-hours of the rain comming down stay with kron-4 as we continue to track the storm. more available on the web, at kron-4-dot-com. and on our facebook and twitter pages. >> pam: a mother in livermore. convicted of having sex with two underage teen boys. is back behind bars tonight. authorities say christine hubbs violated a condition of her parole. not to possess or have access to pornography. she was arrested in hayward friday night. hubbs pleased no contest in 2011. to having sex with the two teens over a two year period.
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according to court documents. one of the victims was her daughter's underage boyfriend. police are still on the look out for the suspect who attack a woman on the u-c santa cruz campus. this is a police sketch of the suspect. he's described as a white man in his 30's, about 5- feet-10 inches tall, weighing 200 -pounds with a muscular build. he had a full mustache and goatee. and a tattoo on his upper- right bicep. >> only kron 4 has scenes inside of this home of this massive damage. it sustained damage that the family is no longer to live there. justin waldman is live on the scene what is the latest?
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>> the tree is of the house. the homeowner is now going to have to knock down that part of the house and rebuild. let me show you that working crews are putting on a plywood section. for protection, and we did to get a chance to go inside earlier. show you that video. the bathroom looks the worst. there are huge pieces of the ceiling in the wall. on the sink, on the toilet, and the holes are so big that you even see outside. the dining room ceiling has collapsed. it is nearly touching the top of their heads. there are splinters of wood. the damage is awful and i spoke with the home owner. while
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he was in sight and he said that the damage is devastating. >> it was about 10 ft. from the house. so, as the tree fell it did not act like come out of the ground completely. if it had been further away? it could have been further with even more damage if it had gained more momentum. it could get even crushed by a wife and i. >> it all day for that huge treat it is nearly 300-400 years old. some of it got away and the homeowners also going to try to keep some of that would. the tree roots rissole what did that is what the tree collapsed and you see that it is falling apart and there is this
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white mold the substance. it is basically why it collapsed. the homeowner is not a loallowed inside. the family, that had a missing the cat has been found. but they do not know when to be able to back inside. the >> are there concerns of the same neighborhood with trees that size? >> speaking with the homeowner, he had never looked at the root level and it sounds like some of these guys that were assessing the damage. the one half were rotted. that is why it toppled. it could not hold any more and that is not something he could tell this by looking at it. they will be definitely assessing looking at that. >> pam: justin waldman, thank you. >> a massive fire continues
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>> the latest now on our developing story in kansas
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city, missouri. there are three people unaccounted for toward it is fueled by a gas leakthis huge fire burning in an upscale shopping and entertainment district. a massive fire is burning in an upscale shopping and entertainment district in kansas city. if you are familiar with this section of kansas city it started to near this restaurant. the search continues for these three people that are unaccounted for. and also, battling a massive blaze nichols. based on thenew developments in the case of christopher dorner - the former l-a-p-d officer who went on a 9-day shooting spree earlier this month - targeting law ennforcement officers and their families. we're now learning that a full review of dorner's l-a-p-d chief charlie beck today admitted that the one manifesto. dorner's also accused of *stalking several l-a-p-d officials in the weeks leading up to his attacks. the 33-year old believes he
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was subjected to racism and targeted for reporting misconduct while on the force. he was fired in 2008. the chief hopes the more than one-million dollars in reward money will be paid. dorner killed four people, including two law enforcement officers and injured three others. he died last week after a stand-off in a big bear area cabin. >> catherine: developing in southern california. investigators are trying to figure out why a young man went on a carjacking and shooting rampage across orange county today. three people were killed before the man killed himself. he's now been identified as 20- year-old ali syed. police say the first victim was a woman - gunned down inside a home this morning by the man. >> they discovered a deceased female that was shot multiple times. they
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received information that the suspect, a male in his 20s have what the location and an suv as you know, the suspect had numerous incidences and santa ana. >> catherine: when he says "incidents" -- he means the man also carjacked at least a couple of cars today -- and a pick-up truck he also fired at other cars on the freeway. aside from killing a total of three people. police say the suspect shot and killed himself when they finally tracked him down. >> jacqueline: a live look outside @ pacifica. still some cloud coverage offshore but still they have come to when and. the main band through the central valley. we have seen some snowfall through the sierras. spotty showers but we see that it is headed towards the
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northern section. going towards the deltoid. the quarter of this system and as it brokreps around of this- quarter of this system it could be some way word showers. as we take a look at futurecast is been pointing this quite well. to the board, the shower is coming through the delta. and it is a bit dissipating towards a p.m., but light. possible through the delta. clear skies as we go overnight. chilly temperatures as tonight towards tomorrow. temperatures in the low 40's in a number of locations. upper 40's so really, we are in a low spot. temperatures are going to continue to drop. bay- area wide. and also, in areas of fog and frost. but not that bad. temperatures
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will be about 10 degrees cooler. we will continue with this similar pattern is. the cold mornings and cool after did. the fog showing the cool conditions in the north-south bay by 3:00 p.m. but it could clear out. it will lithree beleaguering by 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. but it could- beleaguering-would temperatures, very cold and the morning it could be lingering. 0.9 degrees in napa, 37 degrees in oakland. with 29 degrees in napa. 34 in san jose and for the after beloved, about 10 degrees. with upper 50s for most of the san jose and inland areas. the east bay, and a bit cooler the coast. a look at your extended forecast. and thursday,
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temperatures are going be in the 30's. we will get into the 50s and the 60s. but we could call back down with the chance of rainfall returns on saturday. >> and of what we have inclement weather is not uncommon to see crashes but the highway patrol is try to do everything to do what happened in a preventative measures. >> what we have good, but weather there are certain rules that they need to fall become. bite
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>> attention giants fans. san franciso's own anchor steam brewery announces plans to open a new location right next to the ballpark. how many jobs it will create. next. san francisco's largest manufacturer announced expansion plans today .meaning more jobs coming this way.
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here you can see mayor ed lee and giants president larry baer celebrating the news with anchor steam beer. the beermaker plans to open a second brewery location and restaurant next to att parkbecoming the anchor tenant to the proposed mission rock development. the expansion will allow the brewer to quadruple it's production, and create 200 jobs. but the total mission rock project is expected to bring thousands of jobs to the neighborhood >> we are going to have other retailers with a lot of construction jobs. with the redevelopment and development of offices, residential and retail. the project is expected to create nearly 5-thousand construction jobs and 65- hundred permanent jobs to fill up the office and retail space. but just 88 days away from bay to breakers... kron 4 will bring to the race from start to finish with the crazy
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(male announer) live from the bay area's news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> jacqueline: the big story right now is the weather. we are still seeing lingering
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showers tonight and early tomorrow. as this quarter to quarter of this storm and the court will remain cold. already have ha 40's but a blast of cold air with this. low 40's right now, and 30's, 20's, overnight. 29 in napa, 30's in santa rosa. 37 and oakland, more 30's but in the self-paced low 30's like san jose. and for the afternoon temperatures will be warmer. by about 10 degrees. and the in the valleys for the bay shore and the self pay but cooler the coast. for the sierras, the south-bay. - >> jacqueline: and also, the
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chances of snowfall with a couple of inches of accumulations by thursday, friday. a look at your extended forecast. cold temperatures. and thursday, a bi old afternoon but temperatures will be returning on saturday. >> reporter: interstate 80 interchange you can see this car was being towed after they lost control. it crashed onto the embankment. several weather related incidences in the east today. bill but it has been very busy with the third call people are driving too fast for the convictions. >> reporter: haazig madyun kron 4. >> reporter: near this section there is still snow and the flurries that have been active with the road being closed by the parks
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department. they did of all people to walt and several people came up. and in copper costa county, charles clifford, kron 4. contra costa county. >> reporter: from the santa cruz mountains, this winter weather wonderland. above saratoga, with a couple of inches of accumulation. very slow going on this highway this is the parking lot pork council rock state park along highway no. 35. castle rock. and the santa cruz mountains, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> reporter: it took all day for these working crews to remove this section of this tree. they are now patching up this roof with plywood. we were inside, to see the damage in the bathroom was basically destroyed. the dining room ceiling and this office is sole destroyed. we
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have understood that the rotted tree roots are the blame. they do not know if they will be able to regain entry any time soon. justin waldman, kron 4. >> this massive fight on early sunday morning now, we are torn tell yo of wha happene they have provoked an entertainment license of a nearby night club. what nightclub in by 8:00 p.m. story. j.r. stone, san francisco, kron 4 news. >> a daughter has been arrested and charged with the abduction/murder of his tablet old. angell was last seen of as-ted month-old = about o tablet old th 10 monthd was killed by the father.
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in japan-- honda motors has unveiled a new engineering technology. using aluminium more fuel- efficient. officials showed a sample technology. they say, it will shave around 20- kilo-grams off of aluminium. honda plans to use the technology in a new model.
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set to go on sale in the a developing story-- a houston couple got quite the valentine's day gift. they had an extremely rare birth of two sets of identical twin boys. let me tell you what happens in a situation like this. again, we're talking about four babies. they're not quadruplets. that's not the correct term. but they are truly two sets of identical twins. what happens is you have two separate fertilized eggs. if nothing else had happened at that point they would be but then those two eggs actually split as well and all of a sudden now you have two sets of identical twins. they have their own amniotic sac, their own part of the placenta, and in this case they ended up being four boys. but again, we're talking about two sets of identical twins. let me give you more context. in the united states, for example, there's about ten thousand babies born a day. that's a rough number. about 2 percent of those, about two hundred, are going to be identical twins. in this situation, having two sets of identical twins, about one in seventy million, they say. but obviously numbers like that-very hard to calculate. the babies are small, as you'd expect, anywhere between 2 pounds 15 ounces to 3 pounds 15 ounces. that's always going to
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present some challenges. you worry about lung development, you worry about potential bleeding in or around the brain. but obviously that's why they're in the neonatal icu. they'll be there for some time to come. the parents look
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montgomery shoving pac-12 leading scorer allen crabbe during a timeout >> is obvious and i made a mistake and there is no place in sports that you can put your hands on a student athlete. >> montgomery shoved allen
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brabee at first monty was cavalier about it, but after cal a.d. called it 'unacceptable' montgomery has been aplogetic so what is the player who got shoved saying it about huambo.. crabbe: >> the code tried to get me fired up. i guessed that the coach -- just tried to get me fired up. >> i feel badly. and in 30 years of coaching is never happened before or. the screw to the all those types of things has increased over the year. it is something that i deeply regret it will not happen again. >> the coach was trying to
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get me fired up. so it is just an incident that happened. >> the players and he want to read between the lines? the next time that might need to do something out of character to it during super bowl week. or the first week of the baseball season nobody will seemed to notice. but the media needed something to talk about. but it looks like that baby is put to bed. but the pride of gilroy. robert garrero will make $3 million all on may 4th in las vegas. those figures of 3 million-$4 million. since being released for a domestic dispute from prison. and he has recently signed a deal with the showtime. his last fight in the month of may he
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cleared $45 million. no question, robert figures that he can handle him but it is good for the coast at the least. as they take their hands out of his purse. he will get in between a couple of billion dollars. and if you need a loan? now, he knew the suspension was six weeks before it was announced. with 10 victories and he is back. with more than likely, the starting rotation. and it is new. apology. >> (foreign lauguage)
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>> the only thing that he could say about last year was apologizing for the fans. and the front of us about what happened. >> we've had montgomery, and just in case i say anything that has offended anybody or is offensive for the older demographic? i will also apologize. >> pam: good! >>gary: if i take a shot. at jacqueline? >> jacqueline: in the war seem to be serious. and we love and blab bthe and 'ann blabby'...e-mails. jury. >> of the year lopez ..
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javiar lopez joining us on the phone from scottsdale what is the deal with hobby you javier? >> i think that he is going to be okay. he is a veteran and the spring training it will take a couple of days. >> this is interesting you we know that matt cain is it going to be the starter but who is going to be the giants' home opener against st. louis on that front? tim lincecum? >> my money would be on tam lincecum. perhaps vogelson or paul gardner but it will probably be lincecum. or baumgartner -- and they of course will embrace them since last season. everything that they hav the gik that will beat that least
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#four. >>gary: the weight of sandoval. >> that is always going to be the topic as it is for every season. i know that he is doing a little bit extra in the morning in the afternoon. he has done this before and as bocce mineta said, cannot think that it is an issue. >> gary: have you seen where they choose the best manager? bocce peerlesfearles
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... rabbi it never seen in a blow anybody off the matter what level of media, it seems like he is always excepting of any interviews. >> this is my fourth year round of and i have been proud of quite a bit and almost nearly every day last year. i the guy only seen him angry ones. i never see him upset. and i've never seen a blow anybody off. he knows how to handle the media this is a good example for offers.. for otherss is a good example. >> rival the seen him a great want i think i have only n him angry once. >> and he pulled up to me
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san jose, sank lewis, one-1 and also the warriors are getting clobbered. st. louis, and san jose. are 1- 1. >> take a look she claimed she sneezed right at the point of letting the ball go. there is,.
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